Well done to the pupils who were awarded last week for displaying our school values.
This is their treat day for working so hard during this week and all year. They have been completely focused, dedicated and approached their SATs with maturity and with a smile on their faces. A huge well done! We hope you have a fantastic day 🎢🎠🎡
The Year 1 children have been enjoying listening to stories read by our mystery readers. Last week William’s mum came in and this week James’s mum came in. We can’t wait to find out who is coming in next week.
We had an exciting Tom Gates story read to us by Lewis’ mum today. It is one that we haven’t explored in class before – thank you!
The Nursery children are really enjoying having the mystery reader on a Thursday afternoon. Last week Anthony’s mummy came to read ‘Little Red Hen’ and this week Archie’s mum came and read ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’. The children sit and listen very carefully and love talking about the stories when they have finished. We can’t […]
Please note that year the Key Stage 2 Sports Day will take place during the morning 9.30-11.30am. The Key Stage 1 Sports Day will take place during the afternoon 1.30-3.15pm. Further details to follow.
Year 5 had a lovely Wildplay experience on Monday afternoon. We have been den building, blowing bubbles in the sunlight, making ‘woodalions’ and minibeast hunting. Again, we have been extremely lucky with the weather and lets keep our fingers crossed for more sunshine on our final session next Monday.
We have learned about what can happen when there is an earthquake under the ocean – a tsunami which is a giant wave! We’ve seen pictures of areas that have been devastated by tsunamis and know to head to higher ground if we ever go to a high-risk area. We enjoyed the mud slides we […]
On Thursday, year 5’s first mystery reader was revealed… Jack’s mum! She chose to read an extract from Diary of a Wimpy Kid. The children loved it and are excited to see who is coming next week…
On Tuesday, year 5 completed maths outdoors in the sun by spelling their names using Semaphore flag signals. They then identified and estimated the angles they created.